Byrd: Punishment doesn't fit the crime of gun in school
When Tioga schools Superintendent D'Wayne Johnston brought a handgun to school on Oct. 2, he may have meant well. After being threatened by a student with known behavioral issues, Johnston decided -- without alerting the police -- to take the safety of his teachers and students into his own hands by packing heat in a behind-the-back holster.
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